Last Updated : Thursday, November 28, 2019 18:29:30

MARUTI SUZUKI’s Gujarat Driving School trains 15,000 tribal youth

VADODARA | NEW DELHI | MUMBAI | AHMEDABAD-GANDHINAGAR | RAJKOT – In a regulatory update submitted to the Indian Stock Exchanges, New Delhi headquartered Indian automobiles major Maruti Suzuki India Ltd said of having trained 15,000 tribal youth at its Waghodia (Gujarat) driving school.

In a press-release as submitted by the company to the Indian Bourses, titled – “Maruti Suzuki’s All Gujarat Institute of Driving, Technical Training and Research (AGIDTTR) trains 15000 tribal youth in driving training; makes them employable,” the release further read that, A joint initiative by Maruti Suzuki and Government of Gujarat AGIDTTR celebrates 10 years since inauguration and its Initiative promotes safe driving through structured training modules, promoting gainful employment.

The press-release in details further read that, Maruti Suzuki India Limited has achieved yet another important milestone under its CSR program.

The Company has successfully trained 15000 tribal youth in driving training, making them employable.

These students were trained at its All Gujarat Institute of Driving, Technical Training and Research (AGIDTTR) situated in Waghodia, Gujarat.

Of the candidates trained, 70% have secured employment or have taken up the role of an entrepreneur.

The achievement coincides with the institution completing 10 years of its inauguration.

AGIDTTR was established in 2009 as a public-private-partnership model between the Ministry of Tribal Development (Gujarat) and Maruti Suzuki.

Through its comprehensive driver training programs, the institute has consistently focused to provide skills set for gainful employment opportunities to tribal youth.

Apart from the scientifically designed course curriculum, the state-of-the-art institute provides practical training through facilities like driving training track and driving training simulators.

Further, the institute uses ARITRA, a camera based image processing technology to enhance learning.

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